Brussels Design Market 2020
20TH CENTURY DESIGN FAIR
Since its creation in 2002, the Brussels Design Market has evolved into the « the largest design market in Europe » and has quickly become a must-see in the international vintage design calendar.
Maintaining its unique atmosphere usually characterized by flea markets, the Brussels Design Market has continued to grow, to attract more and more visitors from year to year, and has developed into a real meeting place.
Dealers, collectors, interiors designers and design enthusiasts get ready to shop the most outstanding pieces for their collection or their new home decoration!
Over the years, the selection of merchandise exhibited has increased. Arriving from all over Europe, the dealers present an eclectic collection, bringing together multiple styles and trends that have impacted the 20th century. Visitors discover original and iconic pieces from Italian, French, American, and Scandinavian design created by the biggest names in the history of design, such as Sottsass, Le Corbusier, Eames, or Jacobsen and Panton.
Alongside these icons, the Brussels Design Market also offers anonymous and exclusive design pieces at affordable prices.
Contemporary Design Market
For the second consecutive year, we are proud to dedicate a special area to contemporary design!
The Contemporary Design Market is an exclusive exposure and sales platform for both established and upcoming Belgium based designers working across design disciplines and with a variety of mediums..
As a part of the Design September program, Contemporary Design Market is a unique moment to discover, meet and buy Belgian design. Professionals, collectors, prescriptors,architects and other design lovers are invited to discover the very best of the contemporary design scene.
Carefully selected by a committee of design experts, more than 50 designers will showcase their last creations.
The Sheds of the Tour & Taxis in Brussels are the ideal place for a quality fair dedicated to 20th century design. Built in the beginning of the 20th century, the building is part of the city’s architectural heritage.
The weekend of September 26-27, 2020
SATURDAY 26 SEPT. 2020 | 10h00 >18h00
10H > 13h00 – PREVIEW Entry : 25€
13h > 18h00 – REGULAR ENTRANCE Entry : 10 €
SUNDAY 27 SEPT. 2020 | 10h00 >18h00 REGULAR ENTRANCE : 10€
ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY | Select the time slot of your choice while you register